Plenary
7:45 am - 8:25 amRegistration and show floor
8:25 am - 8:30 amPSN Opening Remarks
Mr. Charlie Hamer, Co-Founder & Director, Public Sector Network
John Bale, Co-founder and Chief Executive , Soldier On
8:30 am - 8:40 amOpening Remarks
Anthony Court, Defence Partner - National Security, KPMG
8:40 am - 8:55 amKEYNOTE: Responding to the Evolving Terror Threat & Ensuring Security in a Period of Geopolitical Uncertainty
Deputy Secretary Tony Sheehan, Deputy Secretary, Counter Terrorism Coordinator, Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet
8:55 am - 9:20 amThe Australian Defence Force’s Emerging Information Warfare Capabilities
Major General Marcus Thompson, Australian Defence Force
9:20 am - 9:45 amModernising Crime and Terrorism Control Strategies Using Location Data
Mike King, Chief of Staff (ret.), Utah Attorney General’s Office (USA)
9:45 am - 10:00 amKEYNOTE: Strengthening Security Ties between Israel and Australia, the Current Political Climate in the Middle East and Israel’s Future Challenges
His Excellency Shmuel Ben-Shmuel, Ambassador of Israel to Australia, Embassy of Israel
10:00 am - 10:40 amMorning Tea & Networking
10:40 am - 11:10 amPANEL DISCUSSION: Working Together to Protect Our Cities, Infrastructure & Transport Networks
Steve Gollschewski, Deputy Commissioner, Specialist Operations, Queensland Police Service
Sue Wilkinson, Director Emergency Management, Security and Safety, Melbourne Cricket Club
Jacinta Carroll, Director of the Counter Terrorism Policy Centre, ASPI
Deputy Commissioner Catherine Burn, Specialist Operations, NSW Police
Darren Kane, Chief Security Officer, NBN
11:10 am - 11:35 amCYBER THREATS: The New Age Weapons of Mass Destruction
Mr. Bill Taylor, Vice President, Asia Pacific Japan, LogRhythm
11:35 am - 12:05 pmPANEL DISCUSSION: Addressing Global Security Challenges
Professor Rory Medcalf, Head of the National Security College , Australian National University
H.E Minda Calaguian-Cruz, Ambassador of Philippines to Australia, Embassy of the Philippines
H.E.Vice Admiral (Ret’d) Paul Maddison C.M.M., M.S.M., Canadian High Commissioner to Australia
Ingrid Southworth, Deputy High Commissioner, British High Commission

Roundtable Sessions
12:05 - 12:10 pmRoundtable Sessions Begin
12:10 pm - 12:55 pm1. Intelligence enablement - Driven by Analytics
Tim Green, Subject Matter Expert Justice, Law Enforcement and Border Security, Unisys Asia Pacific
Dr Leif Hanlen, Principal Researcher, Technical Business Development, Data61 CSIRO
2. Australia's Future National Security Workforce
Peter Gates, Director, Defence and National Security, KPMG
3. Advanced Analytics and Automation to reduce the burden on security teams
Serdar Yelutas, Country Manager - Australia and New Zealand, Exabeam
4. Reshaping government for cybersecurity. How would you do it?
Tom Tokic, Enterprise Account Manager, FireEye
12:10 pm - 12:55 pm5. Cybersecurity challenges and resourcing. Where are the experts, are they helpful, should we just be focused on better technology
Mr. Ken Medlock, Chief Information Architect, Leidos Australia
6. Non lethal HPEM technologies for Counter Terrorism, DoD and National Security
Colin Sharp, Diehl Defence
7. Using big data and analytics to mitigate real time threats or variation of currently available
Jeff Olson, Head, Big Data & Analytics APAC, Oracle
8. Security Compliance - Where does it all end? How do government agencies keep up without making wholesale changes every year?
Andrew Younger, Senior Security Consultant, A/NZ, Gemalto
12:10 pm - 12:55 pm9. Vehicle Borne Terror Threat Mitigation Systems
Troy Donnelly, General Manager, EZI Security Systems
Rod Acland, Business Development Manager, EZI Security Systems
10. Protecting Australia against cyber threats.
Glenn Maiden, Cyber Security Advisor, Cisco Systems Australia & New Zealand
11. Driving change through effective communication of the ASD’s recommendations to your organisation
Michael Aboltins, Technical Product Manager - APAC, Tenable
12. Delivering compliant, sustainable Security Services within an ever changing environment
Steven Sullivan, General Manager-Regional Operations , Wilson Security
Ralph Lynes, Director - Base Security & Operations, Department of Defence
12:10 pm - 12:55 pm13. The crucial role of technological innovation - The Israeli experience. How technology can help overcome the inherent a-symmetry between attacker and defender.
Moshe Ashkenazi, CEO & Founder , AOA Innovative Solutions
Scott Harris, Former Facility / Operations Manager, Queensland Police
14. Addressing Future Border Security
John Kendall, Border and National Security Program Director, Unisys Global Public Sector
12:55 pm - 1:40 pmLunch & Networking

Stream Sessions Begin
1:40 pm - 1:40 pmBorder SecurityCyber ChallengesISR National Security TechnologiesSafer Communities
1:40 pm - 1:55 pmBORDER SECURITY: Opening Remarks
John Kendall, Border and National Security Program Director, Unisys Global Public Sector
CYBER CHALLENGES: Opening Remarks
Mr. Bill Taylor, Vice President, Asia Pacific Japan, LogRhythm
ISR & NATIONAL SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES: Opening Remarks
Jourdan Garde, Business Development Manager Asia Pacific, Genetec
SAFER COMMUNITIES: Opening Remarks
Mr. Simon Hill, National Security Industry Lead, Esri Australia and Esri South Asia
1:55 pm - 2:15 pmFuture of Border Security
Mr. Ron Colburn, President, The Border Patrol Foundation & Former Deputy Chief US Border Patrol (USA)
Analysing and Addressing the Threats, Risks and Opportunities Inherent in an Expanding Cyber World
Commander David McLean, Manager Cybercrime Operations, Australian Federal Police
Enhancing Actionable Intelligence & Response Capabilities for Public Safety & National Security
Rear Admiral (Ret’d) David Simpson, Chief, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, Federal Communications Commission (USA)
A Perspective on Major Events Planning
Mr. Adrian Richardson, Head of Operations, Tennis Australia
2:15 pm - 2:35 pmBiometrics and the New Era of National Security and Border Control
Joe Franzi, First Assistant Secretary Identity & Biometrics Division, Department of Immigration & Border Protection
Working with the Private Sector to Protect our Critical Infrastructure From Cyber Threats
Mr. Craig Valli FACS, Director, Security Research Institute, ECU & Director Australian Cyber Security, Research Institute & Member, INTERPOL Cyber Crime Expert Group, Security Research Institute, Australian Cyber Security, INTERPOL Cyber Crime Expert Group
Using Real-Time Data & Advanced Analytics to Mitigate Crimes & Threats
Assistant Commissioner Debra Abbott APM, Assistant Commissioner State Emergencies & Security Command, Victoria Police
Interstate and Inter-agency Collaboration to Combat Crime and Terrorism
Commissioner James McTavish, Cross Border Commissioner, NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet
2:35 pm - 3:05 pmPublic Private Sector Collaboration on Border Security Technology
Dr John Coyne, Head of Border Program, ASPI
Panel Discussion: Protecting Ourselves from Cyber Threats
Dr Suelette Dreyfus, Lecturer, School of Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne
Associate Professor, Captain (Dr), RANR Simon Reay Atkinson, Centre for International. Security Studies & The Sydney Cyber Security Network, University of Sy
Suneel Randhawa, a/Research Leader, Cyber Assurance and Operations, DST Group, Department of Defence
Panel Discussion: Advancing Intelligence, Analytics and National Security Technologies for Enhanced National Security
Dr Katie Willis, National Manager Intelligence, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission
Richard Davis, Chief Technology Officer, National Security, DSTO, Department of Defence
Ms. Lynn Moore, Assistant Secretary, Border Intelligence Fusion Centre, Department of Immigration & Border Protection
Levi West, Director of Terrorism Studies, Charles Sturt University
Panel Discussion: Predictive Policing: What it is, What it isn’t, and Where It Can be Useful?
Stephen Fontana, Assistant Commissioner - Crime Command, Victoria Police
Mark Murdoch, Assistant Commissioner, Counter Terrorism & Special Tactics Command, NSW Police Force
Associate Professor Nicholas O'Brien, Head of School, Australian Graduate School of Policing & Security / Centre for Law & Justice, Charles Sturt University
Mr. John Yates, Global Director of Security , Scentre Group and Westfield Corporation (Formerly Assistant Commissioner, Scotland Yard and UK lead for Counter Terrorism)
3:05 pm - 3:40 pmAfternoon Tea & Networking

Plenary Closing Sessions
3:40 pm - 4.05 pmCYBERSECURITY. One Word Many Meanings Cyber Safety, Readiness. It’s All About Perspectives. Are Any Right
Mr. Ken Medlock, Chief Information Architect, Leidos Australia
4:05 pm - 4:35 pmPANEL DISCUSSION: Addressing Future Cyber Security Challenges
Sarah Chidgey, First Assistant Secretary, National Security Division, Attorney General's Department
Ms. Michelle Price, Chief Operating Officer, Australian Cyber Security Growth Network Ltd
Mrs Sandie Bradley, Acting Assistant Secretary Cyber Security, Australian Signals Directorate, Department of Defence
Rear Admiral (Ret’d) David Simpson, Chief, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, Federal Communications Commission (USA)
Pip Wyrdeman, Senior Adviser, Office of the Cyber Security Special Adviser, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Mark Forman, Global Head, VP and General Manager Public Sector, Unisys
4:35 pm - 5:00 pmINTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Emerging Threats
Silvino Schlickmann Jnr, Director, Cybercrime Directorate, Interpol
5:00 pm - 5:30 pmPANEL DISCUSSION: Countering Violent Extremism
H.E Dr. A.M Gondane, Ambassador of India, High Commission of India
H.E Dr Sabri Kiçmari, Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo in Australia, Embassy of Kosovo
H.E Karim Medrek, Ambassador, Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco
Dr Greg Barton, Research Professor and Chair of Global Islamic Politics, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University
Dr Julian Droogan, Senior Lecturer, Department of Security Studies and Criminology, Macquarie University
5:35 pm - 5:35 pmClosing Remarks
5:35 pm - 6:30 pmNetworking Drinks Reception